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Windows 7: Connection Teaming automatically in Windows 7?

29 Jun 2012   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
Connection Teaming automatically in Windows 7?

Hi all,

I was just looking for some info on connection teaming in Windows 7. Basically I have one landline connection running at 2megabit/sec, and one unlimited data plan on my mobile phone running at about 12-14megabit/sec. I figured if I could find some way to team these 2 together, I'd have a half decent download speed so I set about looking for some way to do this in Windows 7 but it appears Windows 7 does this all by its self! Has anyone else got any experience of this? Currently downloading at around 1.6MB/s so it must be working correctly, I just can't believe no one seems to have heard of this before!!

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29 Jun 2012   #2

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

Actually, scrap that. It appears I'm downloading at 1.6MB/s just over my mobile phone connection :P

So, my question is how can I combine these 2 connections to get a higher download speed? Is there any software for that?
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